2nd Consultation paper on Energy Theft Code of Practice

Published: 07 February 2017

Consultation opened on 07 February 2017. Consultation closed 07 April 2017.

Summary

Energy theft can have serious safety consequences and increases costs for all energy consumers. The objective of the Energy Theft Codes of Practice is to protect gas and electricity consumers from the safety issues and costs related to energy theft.

The Utility Regulator today publishes a second consultation paper on Energy Theft Codes of Practice.

Energy theft can have serious safety consequences and increases costs for all energy consumers. The objective of the Energy Theft Codes of Practice is to protect gas and electricity consumers from the safety issues and costs related to energy theft.

The development of Energy Theft Codes of Practice continues with the implementation of our Consumer Protection Strategy, launched in 2016.

This second consultation seeks industry and stakeholder views on the revised proposals for the high level design, principles and contents of the Energy Theft Codes of Practice.

Copies of the document will be made available in large print, Braille, audio cassette and a variety of relevant minority languages if required.

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